NSCN (IM) questions CFMG Chairman Singh

Asserts that the Ceasefire agreement was “bilateral” and says one side alone cannot unilaterally drop clauses in the agreement. DIMAPUR, JULY 23 : The NSCN (IM) has responded to the Chairman of the Cease-Fire Monitoring Group (CFMG), Lt. Gen. (Retd) NK Singh, for the latter’s comment on the area of coverage of the Ceasefire between […] Continue reading →

UNC calls 48 hour bandh

IMPHAL July 23: With no action from the Central government to the five day ultimatum served by the United Naga Council (UNC), the council today announced a 48 hour bandh on vehicular movement in all the national highways in Naga areas in Manipur from midnight of July 24. Educational institutions, medical, power and water supply, postal […] Continue reading →

No plans to review AFSPA: Govt

New Delhi, July 22 (PTI): Government has no plans to review the Armed Forces Special Powers Act, Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday. “At present there is no such proposal. If the situation so warrants that areas be declared as disturbed, the same is done. This is examined/assessed periodically,” Minister of State for Home Kiren […] Continue reading →

Ukhrul protests

IMPHAL, July 22: Rejecting to Deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam’s claim on the present situation of Ukhrul district head-quarters, a large number of womenfolk staged a sit-in-protest in front of TSL office, Wino Bazar, Ukhrul today. According to the women protesters, the State Government has disturbed the peaceful atmosphere of the town by deploying additional security […] Continue reading →

Khaplang bats for common NE rebel front

DIMAPUR, Jul 21: The NSCN (K), on the suggestion of its chairman, SS Khaplang, has reiterated the idea of forming a common front of northeast militant groups but has denied having any links with other militant groups of the region or having provided them with shelter in camps based in Myanmar. Replying to queries on […] Continue reading →

TKS launches poster campaign

Ukhrul, July 21: As the first phase of campaign in pursuit of their demand for restoring peace and normalcy in Ukhrul district, Tangkhul Students’ Union (TKS) launched a poster campaign from today. Although it was rainy, students came out to streets and participated in the campaign. Posters that read ‘Revoke 144 CrPC’, ‘Go Back Mani-pur […] Continue reading →